Ontario Sports Betting Introducing DraftKings, FanDuel Eliminate DFS

April 1, 2022

America's Number 1 sportsbook set to extend mobile and online gaming to Ontario starting April 2022

When Ontario legalized extended online gambling, the authorities there opted to allow operators formerly operating as "gray market," or unregulated providers to re-establish themselves once they became AGCO registered and signed an agreement with iGaming Ontario. On the other hand, they have done so in the past.

FanDuel's Canada expansion follows the announcement by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) that they will be moving towards developing a much-anticipated one-game regulated sports betting market, allowing authorized sports betting operators to place bets on 4 April.

In New York, those betting in casinos in states as well as on mobile machines such as smartphones can make their bets in person.

Supported by IGT's PlaySports platform, the leading FanDuel sportsbook offering offers fans increased betting functionality, such as Same Game Parlay ™ (SGP) bets, odds increase, data visualization, and streaming options to help enhance Canadians' Commitment to the sport they love.

On the website of the online casino, FanDuel will offer more than 250 games, including live distributor table games.

Payment operations partner Nuvei offers fans seamless payment options with a single point of integration that addresses Customer payment needs and several payment options including Interac, PayPal, MasterCard, and Visa.

Big game operators, like tribal operators, do not share such enthusiasm.

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